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Attorney Henry E. Valenzuela

How hard is it to prove medical malpractice?

On Behalf of | Jan 28, 2022 | Medical Malpractice

When you seek treatment from a medical professional, you are trusting a doctor to administer aid with the utmost care and respect. You likely do not anticipate the need to collect proof of medical malpractice.

In the event that you become a victim of medical malpractice in the state of Florida, it is important to file a claim in a timely manner. However, you may have varying levels of difficulty proving your case based on how much evidence of misconduct you have on hand.

Proving that your treatment by the doctor

Backing up your claim of doctor negligence begins by proving that you indeed had a doctor-patient relationship with the accused. If you can not prove a link with the doctor, your case has no basis. Luckily, proving a relationship is very easy due to common documentation and will rarely face dispute in court.

Proving that negligence led to an injury

To advance your case, the attorney advocating for you will have to prove that negligence occurred and that it resulted in a verifiable injury. It is necessary to understand what constitutes medical malpractice as defined by the law to know if your claim will have any traction. Reaching the desired outcome in your case can be attainable with thorough documentation and favorable testimony from third-party medical experts.

Medical malpractice can lead to catastrophic injuries, and some instances of negligence may even be fatal. If you have been a victim of medical malpractice, you deserve to receive your rightful compensation for damages rendered.

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